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Old 10-06-2019, 09:44 AM
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I have a Brimstone tier 1 at 2 pounds and a Kidd single stage at two pounds both are excellent. I give the edge to Kidd, no pins fall out while cleaning, all aluminum as good as it gets. I have about 10,000 rounds through the Brimstone and have no concerns about longevity. I have wondered in a blind test between Kidd and Brimstone tier 1 which one I would pick.
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I was wondering if anyone has a CPC tuned trigger and how it compares to the B.S. and KIDD drop in.

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I was wondering if anyone has a CPC tuned trigger and how it compares to the B.S. and KIDD drop in.

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I have all 3. The CPC feels pretty much exactly the same as the BS tier 2, which IMHO feels the same as the tier 1. The Kidd kit has a slightly but noticeably better pull than both of them. I wouldn't think anyone would be disappointed no matter which way they decided to go between these 3 triggers.
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I already have a KIDD drop in one of my rifles and was eyeing up the Brimstone BX or another KIDD drop in for another.
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Even if you spend $100 for a trigger job or replacement trigger group, I think it's worth it if you want to maximize your gun's performance, whether it's hunting, bullseye shooting, doing other shooting games (like a 2-gun rimfire match, with all reactive targets), or even teaching a kid how to shoot. My newest (1991?) Ruger 10/22 probably had a ten-pound trigger pull before I had a gunsmith work it over. At that weight, I couldn't use the rifle for teaching the art of rifle marksmanship to women and kids. That kind of trigger was OK for hip-shooting and doing 25-round mag dumps, just to watch tin cans roll around the dirt.

I'm glad both of my 10/22's have gun gunsmith-tuned triggers.
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Old 10-18-2019, 09:10 PM
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I already have a KIDD drop in one of my rifles and was eyeing up the Brimstone BX or another KIDD drop in for another.
If you already had a BX trigger to send to Brimstone, I like that way. If you were buying one and then sending it off, for the difference in overall cost, I'd just get a Kidd single stage.
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